All of the liquor, beer and wine that we sell at bakers is now available for takeout.
Josh Cellars – Cabernet Sauvignon, California 10/38
Plum and Blackberry flavors, layered with smoky and sappy maple oak, roasted almonds and hazelnuts.
Girl and Dragon – Malbec, Argentina 10/38
Light and peppery aroma lends to a bold pepper and clean oak flavor with a light dry finish.
Hahn – Pinot Noir, Monterey 8/30
A mouthful of cherries and strawberries with soft inviting tannins.
Sterling Meritage, California 9/32
This California, Bordeaux-style red blend is fruit forward but well rounded with flavors of cherry, chocolate, berries and toasted oak.
Gnarly Head – Zinfandel, California 8/30
A rich wine with dark berry flavors with layers of spice, plum pepper and vanilla that will keep your attention.
La Familia – Cabernet Sauvignon, California 5.5/20
Deep red with ripe berry and plum aromas and flavors accented with toasty oak and vanilla. A balance of dark fruits and silky tannins.
Bread and Butter – Chardonnay, Oregon 8.5/30
This rich and creamy chardonnay had decadent flavors of vanilla bean and creme brûlée with a hint of tropical fruit leading to a long finish.
Kim Crawford – Sauvignon Blanc 11/42
A fresh, juicy wine with vibrant acidity a tropical fruit start and a crisp grapefruit citrus-tart finish
Firestone – Reisling, California 8.5/32
Displays bright flavors and aromas of citrus blossom, Mandarin orange zest and jasmine tea, complimented by a touch of honey.
Salmon Creek – Chardonnay, California 5.5/20
Granny Smith apple, fig and a hint of pineapple with a light smokey finish
La Familia – Pinot Grigio, California 5.5/20
Refreshing and crisp apple and lemon leads to a light dry and slightly tart finish.
Gold Hill Fashioned
Classic Style and Plum and Peychaud bitters poured with 10th Mountain Rye and Breck Bourbon $14
Properly done with local Bear Creek Whiskey, Sweet Vermouth, Plum Bitters, Angostura turns into a sip of Heaven. $15
BRWS (Blue River Whiskey Sour)
Whiskey from 291 and Sweet Vermouth shaken with bitters and egg white served with a cherry and zestiness $14
Say Wha? This classic is so fricking good, I can’t believe we didn’t serve one before. Breckenridge Gin, Aperol, Plum bitters and a bit of je ne sais quoi $15
Local Snow Mountain Vodka elegantly served bubbly with Chambord and lemon juice $12
Aperol Served over ice topped off with a split ‘o bubbly $11
Colorado Whiskey Tour
Colorado Proud pours: four half ounces of whiskey featuring Buena Vista Deerhammer Smoked Corn Whiskey, Colorado Springs 291 American Whiskey and State 38 DC Loveday Colorado Bourbon Whiskey from Golden $15
DIY Colorado Mule
Spring 44 vodka, Sauza Silver tequila or try Birddog Whiskey flavors including jalapeno-honey, peach, chocolate, strawberry or blackberry mixed with lime juice and topped with Regatta ginger beer. $10